Blac Chyna Quits OnlyFans Joins WOC-Founded Subscription Platform Passes
Blac Chyna, who reportedly made millions per month on OnlyFans, quit earlier this year and has now announced joining the subscription-based creator platform Passes.
Chyna – whose real name is Angela White – was among the highest earners on OnlyFans but quit at the time, saying it was a dead end for her, and she wanted to set an example for her two kids in the future.
Unlike OnlyFans, Passes doesn’t allow nudity or sexual content.
Passes allows fans to buy exclusive content and experiences, including memberships, one-on-one fan calls, live streaming, and paid messaging.
The company develops tools for the web3 creator economy and also offers advanced analytics so creators can understand their fanbase and the content they love the most.
Guo said the company’s mission was to let creators make money without trying to swing brand sponsorship deals.
“At Passes, we understand that the best way to grow your brand and business is to be able to directly connect with your fans, so we strive to help turn them into superfans,” she said, according to Variety.
The platform raised $9 million in funding earlier this year from investors, including Paris Hilton’s 11:11 Media.
In July 2023, Passes acquired creator monetization platform Funhouse – a similar startup that only launched in beta in December 2022.
Guo declined to disclose the terms of the deal, but Fanhouse was known to be a much more established platform when Passes was still in its beta phase and had 40 creators.
“We really did acquire our largest competitor and got the largest OF creator in our first year,” tweeted Guo, on the announcement of Chyna’s move to the platform.
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For this new chapter in her life, Chyna’s Passes content will feature a variety of topics, including spirituality, running her business, recipes, cooking tips, and fitness routines.
Her account costs $9.99 monthly for all her content, with lower-priced tiers for access to day-in-the-life, workout, and cooking content.
On the platform, creators keep 90% of their subscription revenue, with Passes taking a 10% cut plus 30 cents per transaction.
“I am so grateful to join Passes, a female-owned platform that lets me show my true self to better connect with my growing community,” Chyna said.
“The last year has been transformative for my mental and physical health, and I look forward to sharing more of that journey on Passes. My hope is that telling my story will help people feel less alone and more supported in whatever struggles they may be going through.”